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Variable Label: Med2-reason stop taking:2nd mention


PH27a

(RB PG 39)

Which of these are reasons why you stopped taking [(LISTED MEDICATION)]:

PROBE UNTIL NO MORE MENTIONS: Any other reasons?

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. READ LIST ALOUD IF R CANNOT READ

1 THE MEDICINE WAS NOT HELPING (see V04004)

2 YOU THOUGHT THE PROBLEM WOULD GET BETTER WITHOUT MORE MEDICINE (see V04004)

3 YOU COULDN'T AFFORD TO PAY FOR THE MEDICINE (see V04004)

4 YOU WERE TOO EMBARRASED TO CONTINUE TAKING THE MEDICINE (see V04004)

5 YOU WANTED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITHOUT MEDICATIONS (see V04004)

6 THE MEDICINE CAUSED SIDE-EFFECTS THAT MADE YOU STOP (see V04004)

7 YOU WERE AFRAID THAT YOU WOULD GET DEPENDENT ON THE MEDICATION (see V04004)

8 SOMEONE IN YOUR PERSONAL LIFE PRESSURED YOU TO STOP (see V04004)

9 ANY OTHER REASON FOR STOPPING (SPECIFY)

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ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
2YOU THOUGHT THE PROBLEM WOULD GET BETTER WITHOUT MORE MEDICINE320.00%00.03%
5YOU WANTED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITHOUT MEDICATIONS106.67%00.01%
6THE MEDICINE CAUSED SIDE-EFFECTS THAT MADE YOU STOP533.33%00.05%
7YOU WERE AFRAID THAT YOU WOULD GET DEPENDENT ON THE MEDICATION320.00%00.03%
9OTHER REASON FOR STOPPING320.00%00.03%
.Missing9267-99.84%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Valid Range: -
  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 9282

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